1994 850 rear main seal
I just purchased a 1994 (late) 850 (non Turbo) with 184,000 miles and
the rear seal leaks worse than a sieve (at least a sieve would slow it
down). I plan on doing the fix myself. Is there any tricks/tips/hints
that someone could give me that will save me time/skin/frustration in
doing this job?
Already checked the flame trap and that has been removed. I was told
the rear pan bolts were checked and tightened (don't know about
sealant) but the leak appears higher than the pan.
I do plan on changing the timing belt and water pump while it is out,
is there anything else I should change while I am in there?